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Most beautiful Mong village in Southeast

While Pu Dao is still a brand new name to Vietnamese travel agencies, it was already regarded as ideal trekking place for international travelers. Pu Dao is a mountainous commune in Sin Ho district, Lai Chau province, located 13 km far from Muong Lay and more than 560 km from Hanoi to the Northwest. In spite of small population and …

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Vietnam Women’s Museum-most attractive destination 2013

TripAdvisor – the most famous travel website has announced award of favorite tourist destinations in the world based on selection of tourists. Accordingly, Vietnam Women’s Museum is one of 1.264 attractive tourist destination out of 300.000 ones listed in TripAdvisor website. “well worth visit- touching stories” is the message that TripAdvisor sent to readers in a description about the Vietnam’s …

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Cuisine culture of Cham people

After a lot of article writing about food of King ethnic group in Vietnam, today, we would like to introduce culinary culture of Cham people. The Cham people prefer boiled and grilled to fried dishes. Their food tastes cool, sour or spicy depending on each season. Savory The Cham people like canh boi, a kind of mixed soup containing wild vegetables …

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Budget weekend tours around Hanoi

Wanna find a place for weekend holiday around Hanoi? See the following suggestions and pick up one place for you. Son Tinh Camp Belong to Dong Mo tourism area and Vietnamese ethnic culture tourism village, Son Tinh Camp is surrounded by clean Dong Mo lake and dense forests of Son Tinh island. Son Tinh Camp is not only suitable for …

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Daily life in Hanoi’s street

International visitors compare Hanoi to a “conservative girl” to insinuate that its hidden beauty can not be seen thoroughly unless you spend time to explore it.  The youth in Western countries are interested in street style. Therefore, Hanoi is considered as heaven of foreign backpackers. Hanoi is a not-to be-missed destination in Vietnam and once traveling to Hanoi, travelers should …

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Vietnam’s spectacular underground wonders

Son Doong cave, Cu Chi tunnel, dug-out in Metropole hotel are natural and artificial wonders introduced in many articles on CNN newspaper. Son Doong, the world’s largest cave The cave is 150 m wide, more than 200 m high and at least 5 km long. The explorers even can’t go to the end of the cave to provide an accurate …

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Enjoyable weekend at Ao Vua eco-tourism area

Ao Vua eco-tourism area is situated at the foot of legendary Tan Vien mountain. Coming here, tourists will live in mythic culture space with the story about Hung Due Vuong, Ngoc Hoa princess, severe war between Son Tinh – the Mountain God and Thuy Tinh – the Water God. Ao Vua eco-tourism area is famous for imposing waterfall surrounded by …

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Immense paddy fields in Bac Son valley

There are many places to admire ripe paddy fields in Vietnam such as Hoang Su Phi, Y Ty, Pu Luong…. Each place features distinctive beauty and Bac Son valley is not exceptional. Not as popular and bustling as Mu Cang Chai, Bac Son bears a tranquil allure that you hardly find in somewhere else. What makes Bac Son special is …

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Cong Dam fishing village in Quang Ninh

Cong Dam fishing village may sounds new to you but not anymore as you are reading about it today. Cong Dam featuring a spectacular poetic natural beauty that may allure any visitors coming here. This place is outdoor geologic museum area whose highlight is stonehenge park with mountainous ranges constituted by naturally overlapped stones in a straight line but look like …

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Visit 8 prisons in Vietnam

Everyone knows that Vietnam experienced a long time to fight against the very strong invaders. Therefore, there is no strange when Vietnam still remains a lot of war prisons. The following are 8 most-outstanding war prisons in Vietnam. Son La prison Son La prison was built in 1908 by French to constrain comminists who afterward became leaders of Vietnamese revolution such …

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